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Colton Haynes marries Jeff Leatham tomorrow!

I have the honor and great pleasure of Marrying this Amazing Human Being tomorrow – I love him to the moon and back and I am Blessed to soon call him my #Husband – One more sleep baby

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9 Remarks

  1. Somebody marries someone tomorrow? So?

  2. Why be so negative Ed?

  3. I’m so happy for them. Mazel Tov gentlemen.

  4. @Ed-not just somebody, a gay man marrying another gay man legally. Too many of our brothers and sisters fought and died for this right. Show some respect.

  5. Congrats to Colton and Jeff. May they have many happy years together.

  6. @Ed-are you really that miserable? Why can’t you just say something positive for once? Please try a change in attitude. It can do amazing things for you.

  7. @FAEN-Thanks for bringing up the fact that a gay man can now marry another gay man in this country. It truly is a great and wonderful thing and an accomplishment milestone in LGBTQ history. I wish more gay men had the pride that you show here. If only more understand what we have fought for decade after decade and how our freedoms have been enhanced and our lives better because of the LGBTQ pioneers who have made it all possible. Thank you again!

  8. I really wish Colton Haynes the best (both of them in reality) and I hope to be mistaken on the vibe I am having that currently may not be the right moment to take such important decision (the last two years have been a rollercoaster of emotions for him; he confessed that he suffers from depression, etc.). But time will tell…

  9. @ K Martinez-Thank you for your very kind words. It bothers me, specially with the younger generation, at how ignorant they are on where the modern gay movement began and where we are now. I did feel a little better a couple of months when I was on the Mary Washington Campus-one of the books being taught is ‘The Gay Revolution’ by Lillian Fadderman which is an EXCELLENT book if you haven’t read it.

    I always look forward to your comments even at times-not many-when we disagree. Have a good one matey :-)

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